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Venergy Group Meets with Congressman

Venergy Group team members Corey Clive and Joshua White met with Congressman Brian Mast, U.S. representative for the 18th Congressional District and Scotty Wilson from the Florida Small Business Development Council to discuss local small business development and networking opportunities, job creation, as well as efforts to continue to provide training and employment opportunities for St. Lucie County’s veteran population.


Local employer pledges to hire veterans

Corey Clive, owner of Venergy Group, a Fort Pierce-based, service-disabled, veteran-wwned small business, started the company in 2009 with the help of Executive Vice President and Co-Owner Barbara Goransson.
Venergy specializes in analyzing electrical energy usage and providing our clients with energy efficiency, energy consulting and renewable energy services to reduce your costs, protect your investments and propel you into a green, sustainable future.

Venergy Wins Department of Veteran Affairs Contract and Attends the 27th National Veterans Golden Age Games!

(Buffalo, NY – May 9, 2013) – Venergy proudly announces the award of a contract with the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA). Venergy provided Audio, Visual and Lighting Support for the opening and closing ceremonies for the 27th National Veterans Golden Age Games (NVGAG) at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center from May 30, 2013 - June 4, 2013.



Venergy Group was selected by the federal government to complete the removal and installation of the roof and all rooftop mechanical equipment at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, FL.  The existing built-up gravel roof was removed completely down to the concrete substrate and a new PVC membrane roof was installed.  Three 60 ton rooftop condensing units were removed from the roof via crane and replaced with new units on engineered, stainless steel curbs.  Evaporator coils, piping and controls were all replaced and recalibrated.  In addition to the roofing and mechanical work, Venergy a